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FBI Calls Out Data Privacy and Security Risks with Educational Technology

Educational technology (“EdTech”) such as unified communications programs, educational software, and networked devices has become an integral part of education due to its ability to help educators, students, and institutions manage information, provide educational materials, and improve administrative functions. But the FBI is now warning of the data privacy risks associated with EdTech. The FBI … Continue Reading

California Enacts New Privacy Law: How Will It Impact You?

by Leila Javanshir, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn 2018 Summer Associate On June 28, 2018, yet another new law hit the data privacy world that will impact the ways companies around the world will handle their data. The implementation of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a landmark moment for consumers and businesses alike. … Continue Reading

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Effective May 25, 2018, Will Impact Many United States Businesses

Who: United States businesses that process (i.e., collect, store, or transmit) the personal information of EU residents in connection with offering goods or services in the EU (online or otherwise) are subject to the GDPR, regardless of whether the business has any physical presence in the EU or any payment is made by the EU … Continue Reading

What’s in Your Privacy Policy? New Oregon Law Requires Accuracy

On May 25, 2017, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed into law H.B. 2090. This new law will make materially inaccurate claims related to the collection, use, disclosure, maintenance, and disposal of consumer data an unlawful trade practice subject to enforcement by the Attorney General. The law applies not only to claims made on websites (privacy … Continue Reading
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